Nov 26 2009 By Matthew Leslie
GIVE us a last 32 berth is Glasgow City skipper Laura Montgomery's plea to UEFA beaks after her side booked their Champions League place.
City clinched their third successive Scottish Women's Premier League title after beating Hibs 4-1. They bounced back from going a goal down with strikes from Katharina Lindner, Emma Fernon, Rachel Corsie and Leanne Ross sealed the league crown for Glasgow.
Montgomery said: "We are all absolutely delighted.
"We have to thank our coaches Eddie Wolecki and Peter Caulfield as they have improved our fitness and organised us into a winning team and winning has become a habit with us.
"With the Champions League, we are hoping that both ours and Scotland's performances over the last five years in internation competition have boosted the national co-efficient to ensure we don't get put into the prelimenary group stages again.
"There you run the risk of drawing a league runners-up from one of the seven top countries and last year we drew Bayern Munich.
"Hopefully, we'll get placed into the last 32 although - unless any venue with seating in Glasgow wants to help out - we'll be playing at Stirling's Forthbank as Glasgow Green doesn't quite meet the required UEFA standard."